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Joint pain, RA factor and CCp negative, titter positive, taking aspirin, omnacortil. Is this RA?

my name mehebub alam, age28, suffer from joint pain(whole body) ra factor+cc p negative and ASO TITTER positive, taking durg asprin325 +omnacortail 20 penicillin injection per month. 1 is this rheumatoid arthritis 2. taking drug is ok. and how many days are taking 3.other available drug that can reduce pain to a great extant
Asked On : Sun, 30 Sep 2012
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I have studied your case,
Yes it can be rheumatoid arthritis or rheumatic arthritis too.
Omnacortil has many side effects so better to avoid it.
You need to take anti rheumatoid medication to avoid deformity of joints.
Take calcium and vit D as osteoporosis is common in RA.

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Answered: Sun, 30 Mar 2014
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